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Rumi

Poems
Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī (Book - 2006)
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The poetry of the medieval Persian sage Rumi combines lyrical beauty with spiritual profundity, a sense of rapture, and acute awareness of human suffering in ways that speak directly to contemporary audiences. Trained in Sufism--a mystic tradition within Islam--Rumi founded the Sufi order known to us as the Whirling Dervishes, who use dance and music as part of their spiritual devotion. Many of Rumi's poems speak of a yearning for ecstatic union with the divine Beloved. But his images bring the sacred and the earthy together in startling ways, describing divine love in vividly human terms. This volume draws on a wide variety of translations--from the early twentieth century to the present--of Rumi's deeply moving, sensually vibrant poetry.
Authors: Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana, 1207-1273
Title: Rumi
poems
Publisher: New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 2006
Characteristics: 256 p. ;,17 cm
Statement of Responsibility: selected and edited by Peter Washington
Contents: The guest house
And he is with us
Come, beggars
My worst habit
The marriage of true minds
You and I
The friend who said 'I'
The phrasing must change
Saladin's begging bowl
One by one
A community of the spirit
Look at love
How long will you hide
Quatrains
Of being woven
Clothes abandoned on the shore
The diver's clothes lying empty
The root of the root of your Self
Does personality survive?
All my friends
The fragrant air
Don't be bitter my friend
The waterwheel
Search the darkness
In every breath
A mouse and a frog
Quatrains
The weeping flute
What a man can say
The world which is made of our love for emptiness
I am the slave who set the master free
Restless
Quietness
The perfect man
The true Sūfī
The birds of Solomon
Love and fear
If you don't have
The pull of love
Elegy for Sana'i
Quatrains
Story water
The soul of prayer
The bird on the city-wall
'Here am I'
Solomon's crooked crown
The evil in ourselves
The blind follower
The Sufi in the orchard
The truth within us
The treasure-seeker
Gnats inside the wind
The far mosque
The monk who searched for a man
The thief in the orchard
Fine feathers
The foal that would not drink
An empty garlic
The camel, the ox and the ram
The man who stole a snake, on the answer to prayer
Galen and the madman
Omar and the man who thought he saw the new moon
Red shirt
The grammarian and the boatman
The three brothers and the Chinese princess
Quatrains
If you stay awake
Asleep to the world
Reality and appearance
God in nature
Amor agitat molem
Immediate knowledge
Mystics know
The relativity of evil
The soul of goodness in things evil
Good words
The complete artist
An awkward comparison
Spiritual churning
The necessary foil
Tradition and intuition
Someone digging in the ground
The elephant in the dark, on the reconciliation of contrarieties
The ladder to heaven
Love is reckless
Feeling and thinking
Tending two shops
The parable of the anxious cow
The greedy wife and the cat
The dog in the doorway
The carnal soul
Acts of helplessness
Mystical perception
The world of time
Quatrains
The mouse and the camel
My secret beloved
This is love
Only you
You are my life
Talking through the door
As your sword
Sweep the dust off the sea
You ask me
The wine of love
You are drunk
A great wagon
You are
Did I not say to you
Quatrains
The divine factory
Chickpea to cook
The uses of tribulation
You have seized me by the ear
Enough words?
Die now
Remembered music
Do you break our harp, exalted one
The flute weeps
Everywhere
I am
Whatever happens
If a tree could move on foot or wing
Where everything is music
The unseen power
Song of the reed
If you can only reflect
The ascending soul
The progress of Man
Where did it all go
The negative way
Dissolver of sugar
The heart is like a grain of corn
Quatrains
Deification
We came whirling
Two discourses
Additional Contributors: Washington, Peter
ISBN: 9780307263520
0307263525
Branch Call Number: 891.55 J26rp 2006
Other Language: Translations from Persian
Subject Headings: Sufi poetry, Persian Translations into English
Topical Term: Sufi poetry, Persian
LCCN: 2006040925
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